[EPUB] ✰ Death by Darjeeling (A Tea Shop Mystery, #1) ✶ Laura Childs – Justinfoline.us

Death by Darjeeling (A Tea Shop Mystery, #1) Meet Theodosia Browning, Owner Of Charleston S Beloved Indigo Tea Shop Patrons Love Her Blend Of Delicious Tea Tastings And Southern Hospitality And Theo Enjoys The Full Bodied Flavor Of A Town Steeped In History And Mystery It S Tea For Two Hundred Or So At The Annual Historic Homes Garden Party And Theodosia, As Event Caterer, Is Busy Serving Steaming Teas And Blackberry Scones While Guests Sing Her Praises But The Sweet Smell Of Success Turns To Suspense When An Esteemed Guest Is Found Dead His Hand Clutching An Empty Teacup All Eyes Are On Theo Who Is Now Trying Desperately To Save Her Reputation And Track Down The Real Killer If Only She Can Make Sense Of It All Before Someone Else Takes Their Last Sip

[EPUB] ✰ Death by Darjeeling (A Tea Shop Mystery, #1)  ✶ Laura Childs – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Death by Darjeeling (A Tea Shop Mystery, #1)
  • Laura Childs
  • English
  • 22 April 2018
  • 0425179451

    10 thoughts on “[EPUB] ✰ Death by Darjeeling (A Tea Shop Mystery, #1) ✶ Laura Childs – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    I know, this series may not be something you expected to see on my shelves But I can t help it I m an old woman at heart And a tea fanatic The writing s OK, the mysteries are well within the framework of the genre nothing to get ...


  2. says:

    Yes, finally started this interesting series What is not to love Tea, mystery, and South Carolina Some people won t like all the tea facts, but I gulped them down I studied the art of tea for one of my cultural classes in collage and drink tea ev...


  3. says:

    I spotted the Tea Shop Mystery series piled on a table at a friend s house and borrowed them, as I was in the mood for a cozy mystery, and the trio of paperbacks also promised Scrumptious recipes Mysteries and recipes What could be better I have now read Gunpowder Green, Shades of Earl Grey, and The English Breakfast Murder but not the first of the series, Death by Darjeeling The titles are unavoidable, of course, but they also could definitely be better books Worse, the recipes te I spotted the Tea Shop Mystery series piled on a table at a friend s house and borrowed them, as I was in the mood for a cozy mystery, and the trio of paperbacks also promised Scrumptious recipes Mysteries and recipes What could be better I have now read Gunpowder Green, Shades of Earl Grey, and The English Breakfast Murder but not the first of the series, Death by Darjeeling The titles are unavoidable, of course, but they also could definitely be better books Worse, the recipes tend to be too frou frou for my taste though I might try out the Sweet Potato Muffins.The books are very firmly set in the historic district of Charleston, South Carolina Having read them, I now know a great deal about t...


  4. says:

    Oh dear, where do I start This was a selection for our Goodreads cozy mysteries book club our July author was Laura Childs I wanted to like it I love tea love the idea of the owner of a teashop as the protagonist for a mystery series.Childs has an issue with writing in complete sentences Also, she has an odd way of changing well known phrases into you almost got it right word groups For example, instead of saying dribs drabs, she uses drips drops Instead of slapd Oh dear, where do I start This was a selection for our Goodreads cozy mysteries book club our July author was Laura Childs I wanted to like it I love tea love the idea of the owner of a teashop as the protagonist for a mystery series.Childs has an issue with writing in ...


  5. says:

    Theodosia Browning and her staff at the Indigo Tea Shop are catering a garden party during Charleston s historic homes Lamplighter Tour As the guests depart and they are cleaning up, one young helper discovers a guest has died But what looks like a heart attack turns out to be murder, and the tea he was drinking puts the focus on Theo s business This is a good cozy mystery I like how Childs took time to build the relation...


  6. says:

    Sometimes being a writer is burdensome to being a reader..On the plus side, Ms Childs infused no pun intended Death by Darjeeling with a distinctive sense of place I d love to have a cuppa in that tea shop Especially if the fun character Drayton Connelley is there to pour and have a chat about the properties of tea.On the critique side. Death could have benefitted from a few read throughs by a good writing group If you re an avid reader who delights in a well wrought mystery, this one Sometimes being a writer is burdensome to being a reader..On the plus side, Ms Childs infused no pun intended Death by Darjeeling with a distinctive sense of place I d love to have a cuppa in that tea shop Especially if the fu...


  7. says:

    I am currently reading the fifth in this series Great bedtime reading Light with a modicum of murder, very well done Gives the flavor of Charleston as a very historic city With the tea shop as a base Theodosia gets into a lot of fixes and barely gets the killers.


  8. says:

    I was so hoping to fall in love with this series, as it seemingly contained all the elements of things I enjoy Whilst there is nothing wrong or bad about this book there is nothing endearing about it either its dull and sadly boring Characters are underdevelped, plots are thin and chapters are strangely formated It may not help that at the same time I am reading a Kate Morton book These two authors are poles apart whilst Morton is a blockbuster big screen release, Childs is a lazy Sunday I was so hoping to fall in love with this series, as it seemingly contained all the elements of things I enjoy Whilst there is nothing wrong or bad about this book there is nothing endearing about it either its dull and sadly boring Characters are underdevelped, plots are thin and chapters are strangely formated It may not help that at the same time I am reading a Kate Morton book These two authors are poles apart whilst Mort...


  9. says:

    The first book in the Tea Shop Mystery series, Death by Darjeeling , is just about what you would expect from a cozy mystery This story comes with quirky characters, an interesting and historical setting. in this case, the historic district in Charleston, South Carolina and of course, this a murder to start things off Theodosia Browning who was named for Theodosia Alston, wife of former governor, Joseph Alston and daughter of former vice president Aaron Burr , is the owner of the Indi The first book in the Tea Shop Mystery series, Death by Darjeeling , is just about what you would expect from a cozy mystery This story comes with quirky characters, an interesting and historical setting. in this case, the historic district in Charleston, South Carolina and of course, this a murder to start things off Theodosia Browning who was named for Theodosia Alston, wife of former governor, Joseph Alston and daughter of former vice president Aaron Burr , is the owner of the Indigo Tea Shop , which is a quaint shop located in in the old historic district of Charleston Theodosia is preparing to cater a garden party which is part of the Annual Tour of historic homes She and her staff Bethany, Haley and Drayton Connelly a master tea blender and taster , are hard at work putting together their own Lamplighter Blend for the garden party When the night of the garden party arrives, in attendance were a who s who of Charleston society. many of the old families of Charleston along with membe...


  10. says:

    What can I say but that I absolutely loved this book Everything about it just got me so wrapped up in Theo s Indigo Tea Shop and the mystery itself was intriguing in its own little way I had to read this from cover to cover Everything about it was just so cozy I loved the different descriptions about tea, and being a tea lover myself am now in the look out for new teas to try Aside from the wonderful tea descriptions and the desserts that went along with it, the mystery was a fun read No What can I say but that I absolutely loved this book Everything about it just got me so wrapped up in Theo s Indigo Tea Shop and the mystery itself was intriguing in its own little way I had to read this from cover to cover Everything about it was just so cozy I loved the different descriptions about tea, and being a tea lover myself am now in the look out for new teas to try Aside from the wonderful tea descriptions and the desserts that went along with it, the mystery was a fun read Nothing too flashy and sensational However there were proper moments of suspense and intrigue which kept the reader going andengrossed to keep reading some .I loved the characters in the book The suspects were b...

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